Nigerians are under spell for listen to Gumi, We rather die in battle than bow to terrorists – Fani-Kayode reacts


    Femi Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation Minister, has maintained his stance on a call for self-defence, noting that it’s better to die in the war against the insurgents than to bow as a coward.

    Recall that the Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom had on many occasion urged President Muhammadu Buhari to license arm for citizens to defend themselves when they are made vulnerable by the attackers.

    Similarly, the human rights lawyer has declared that Nigerians will not go down without a fight saying, “We would rather die than bow to their tyranny”.

    Fani-Kayode disclosed on Tuesday morning in a series of tweets on his verified Twitter handle.

    According to him, no authority can stop Nigerians from protecting and defending themselves, stressing that those with the constitutional responsibility to do so has failed.

    On twitter, he wrote: “We seek peace & not war but hear this. We will NOT go down without a fight. We will NOT vanish into the night.

    “If those that are charged by the Constitution to defend & protect us refuse to do so, no force on earth or in hell can stop us from protecting & defending ourselves.

    “We will NOT allow these accursed foreign invaders and barbaric terrorists that have plagued and blighted our land to impose their will and have their way.

    “We will NOT be anybody’s ritual sacrifice. We will NOT go down quietly like lambs to the slaughter.

    “We will NOT be meek& mild& allow ourselves to be liquidated, exterminated, subjugated or enslaved.

    “We will resist the evil that seeks to wipe us off the face of the earth with all the might, strength& power that God has given to us. We would rather die than bow to their tyranny”

    In another tweet, he wrote: “I am convinced that Nigerians are under a spell. They listen to people like Gumi & they are intimidated & mesmerised.”

    ” They dare not challenge them. Instead they save their harsh words for those that stand up against evil. O Nigerians who has bewitched thee? Is it the cow meat?”


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